Might Mean
Detachment: letting go, shedding one's old life, cutting the cord, playing it cool, hands off, not caring, fragmentation, dissociation, attention deficit, neglect, cold shoulder, apathy, cold blooded, emotionally unavailable, freeze response

Negation: denial, rejection, disapproval, dismissive, repression, deprivation, avoidance, deflection, not my problem, insensitivity, self-denial, harsh,  expecting to be hurt, being guarded, suspicion, unselfishness

Impermanence: ending, deadline, quitting, sacrifice, discontinuity, mortality,  breaking the cycle, escape, reset, cancelling, abandonment, instability, throw away
For Example
Movie Clips & Videos:

The story of The Tree of Life (the movie that inspired this card)

Detachment (the story of a world that stopped caring)

Film Philosophy – The Sacrifice


"The snake often means resurrection on account of the shedding of its skin. According to an African myth, there was no death on earth originally, death came by mistake. People could shed their skins every year and so they were always new, rejuvenated, until once an old woman, in a distracted condition and feeble-minded, put on and old skin again and then she died. That is the way in which death came into the world. It is again the idea that human beings were like snake originally, they did not die. The snake was always associated with death, but death out of which new life was born."
– C.G. Jung


TV Shows:
Russian Dolls (Netflix)
Songs: 
Chanson NoireL'Heptade (Harmonium), 
 Sisyphus (Andrew Bird)

Sisyphus – Andrew Bird (Breaks Down His Song, Sisyphus)

"The crocodile, as well as the tortoise and any other cold-blooded animal, represents extremely archaic psychology of the cold-blooded thing in us. We have a trace of it in our anatomy, in the structure of the nervous system. That is the thing we never can understand – that somewhere we are terribly cold-blooded. There are people who, under certain circumstances, would be capable of things which they simply could not admit."
– C.G. Jung

"I nourish the good and extinguish the bad" – King Francis 1st
Literature:
The Fox and the Grapes (Aesop), 
Life Doesn't Frighten Me (Maya Angelou, Jean-Michel Basquiat)
"Dragons breathing flame
On my counterpane
That doesn't frighten me at all."
Art:
Tree of Life (Gustav Klimt)

The Tree of Life - Gustav Klimt

Tarot: The Devil
Mythology: Sisyphus, Shiva
Alchemy: The Golden Head (Splendor Solis)
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